The animated duo of Gibson and Richards are sure to stir controversy this fall when their reality show "Racist Idol" debuts.
The pair will sift through thousands of racists from 30 states in hopes of finding the most racist person in America. The contestants will be judged on level of rage, odd racist terms, pure hatred and diversity of people offended.
Richards hopes that this show will put him back on the map after his stand up meltdown where he yelled the N word at an audience member multiple times. The former Seinfeld cast member feels like this show will have its own niche, which Gibson and Richards believe to be much larger than people believe.